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The following are the baseball events of the year 1927 throughout the world.  

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Headline Event of the YearEdit

ChampionsEdit

AwardsEdit

Statistical LeadersEdit

  American League National League
Type Name Stat Name Stat
AVG Harry Heilmann DET .398 Paul Waner .380
HR Babe Ruth NYY 60 Hack Wilson & Cy Williams 30
RBI Lou Gehrig NYY 175 Paul Waner 131
Wins Waite Hoyt NYY 22 Charlie Root 26
ERA Wilcy Moore 2.28 Ray Kremer 2.47
Ks Lefty Grove PHA 174 Dazzy Vance BRO 184

Major League Baseball final standingsEdit

American League final standingsEdit

American League
Rank Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
1st New York Yankees 110   44 .714
2nd Philadelphia Athletics   91   63 .591 19.0
3rd Washington Senators   85   69 .552 25.0
4th Detroit Tigers   82   71 .536 27.5
5th Chicago White Sox   70   83 .458 39.5
6th Cleveland Indians   66   87 .431 43.5
7th St. Louis Browns   59   94 .386 50.5
8th Boston Red Sox   51   103 .331 59.0

National League final standingsEdit

National League
Rank Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
1st Pittsburgh Pirates   94   60 .610
2nd St. Louis Cardinals   92   61 .601 1.5
3rd New York Giants   92   62 .597 2.0
4th Chicago Cubs   85   68 .556 8.5
5th Cincinnati Reds   75   78 .490 18.5
6th Brooklyn Robins   65   88 .425 28.5
7th Boston Braves   60   94 .390 34.0
8th Philadelphia Phillies   51   103 .331 43.0

EventsEdit

  • May 11 - In Detroit it's Ty Cobb day and more than 30,000 pay to see the former Tigers player in his first appearance at Navin Field in a Philadelphia Athletics uniform. With Eddie Collins on base in the first inning, Cobb drives a double into the overflow crowd to send home Collins for the first run of the game as the Athletics would eventually beat the Tigers 6–3.
  • October 8 - In Game Four of the World Series, Babe Ruth's fifth inning home run gives the Yankees a 3-1 lead, but the Pittsburgh Pirates tie the game later. In the ninth inning, Earle Combs walks, Mark Koeing beats out a bunt, and Ruth walks to fill the bases. Two outs later, a wild pitch rolls far enough away for Combs to score the winning run. The Yankees win 4–3 for their second World Championship.

BirthsEdit

DeathsEdit

  • February 24 - Charlie Bennett, 72, star catcher whose career was ended when a train accident cost him his legs
  • March 27 - Joe Start, 84, prominent first baseman of the 1860s and 1870s
  • August 16 - Jerry Denny, 68, third baseman from 1881 to 1894
  • September 6 - Lave Cross, 61, third baseman and catcher for over 20 seasons, captain of the 1902 and 1905 AL champion Philadelphia Athletics, and one of the first ten players to collect 2,500 hits
  • October 22 - Ross Youngs, 30, Hall of Fame right fielder who batted .322 for the New York Giants over 10 seasons

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